Today is World Social Work Day. We challenge our colleagues in DSWD to search for innovative ways to continue to deliver, NOT suspend basic and mandated social protection measures and to come up with others measures to mitigate the enhanced community quarantine. It is also the time for DSWD to release unpaid cash grants and social pension.
Abangan sa pagbubukas ng CSWCD Week ang Social Work Research Forum 1. Pakinggan ang pagbabahagi ng pananaliksik nina Asst. Prof. Hazel Cometa Lamberte at Asst. Prof. Justin Francis Leon Nicolas, PhD. Social Work Research Forum 119 February 2020 (Wednesday)1:00 – 4:00 PMCSWCD Conference room
“The 2019 World Social Work day highlights ‘Promoting the Importance of Human Relationships’. World Social Work Day is on the 19th March 2019. It is the key day in the year that social workers worldwide stand together to celebrate the achievements of the profession and take the theme message into their communities, workplaces and to […]
The key message is that human rights are not abstract concepts that have been imposed on us by the West. They are concrete day-to-day activities that make it possible for us to determine whether or not our quality of life befits human beings. Duty bearers, i.e., those in government, are bound by virtue of their position and authority to enable the exercise, protection and fulfillment of human rights by citizens. When they are remiss, Philippine history teaches us that segments of the citizenry muster the courage to organize and resist human rights violations in various ways and levels, starting from the margins.
Congratulations to our students who passed to the 2017 Social Work Board Exam! Congratulations to Ms. Aleah Joy Tanaquin for ranking THIRD in the exam!
B.S. Social Work, UP CSWCD;
Master of Family Life and Child Development Studies at the UP College of Home
Glens is an Instructor with direct social work practice in the private and public sectors.
B.S. Social Work, Miriam College
Master of Social Work, with concentration in Clinical Social Work, UP CSWCD
Ph.D in Family Studies, College of Arts and Sciences at Miriam College (ongoing)
Master of Social Work (CSWCD, UP Diliman);
B.S. Social Work (CSWCD, UP Diliman)
Position: Current Field Instruction Coordinator
B.S. Social Work, Central Philippine University in Iloilo
Master of Social Work, UP CSWCD
Ph.D. in Philippine Studies Program, Asian Center, UP Diliman (ongoing)
Hazel’s field of practice is in child welfare, particularly child protection, residential care, and local and international adoption.
B.S. Social Work, UP ISWCD
Master of Public Affairs, Major in Agrarian and Urban Development Studies
College of Public Affairs and Development, UP Los Banos
Position: Assistant Professor 1